Tetra is known to have established a partnership with the American company Rhodes Technologies, a subsidiary of Purdue Pharmaceuticals. Be aware that this ad is HUGE.
Who is Purdue Pharma?
It is an unlisted family business. She defines herself as a pioneer in the development of drugs to reduce pain, one of the main causes of human suffering. Purdue Pharma designs painkillers such as codeine, oxycodone, fentanyl, and hydrocodone. On their site, OxyContin is presented as an analgesic reserved for cases of severe pain, especially of cancerous origin. It has generated $ 35 billion in sales since 1995 solely through its star painkiller, OxyContin. Tie yourself the PPP001 arrives.
In 1995, the laboratory launched OxyContin, a powerful drug based on pure oxycodone, a cousin of heroin. It is not the first painkiller, but the use was previously reserved for the treatment of severe pain associated with diseases such as cancer. OxyContin has become a drug with huge commercial success.
In 2007, Purdue paid one of the heaviest fines ever levied against a pharmaceutical company for labeling and misleading its OxyContin product, with three leaders found to be criminally culpable. Although the company has changed the labeling by warning against the abuse of its products, Purdue continues to market, sell opioids and be involved in the trials around the opioid crisis. Its product oxycodone is considered the main culprit of this crisis.
For years, Purdue, who has been sued dozens of times, has defended himself arguing that their product was not in question but rather the use. It is necessary to crush the drug to turn it into a hard drug that can be sniffed or injected. But the packaging of OxyContin could serve as a user's guide: there was a warning that reducing the powdered medicine made it "potentially" toxic.
The responsibility of these large groups in the opioid crisis, which causes 145 deaths by overdose each day in the United States according to the authorities, is regularly pointed out. The complaint concerns a dozen laboratories, but one of them occupies a special place in the eyes of specialists in this epidemic: Purdue Pharma.
What does Tetra do with this company, moreover, is in the same niche as Purdue, "severe pain"?
Tetra has made major advances both for its PPP001 drug and to strategically position itself on D-Day all over the world. If he succeeds in having his star drug approved by Health Canada and the FDA, we will see the birth of a new company in this world of big pharma.
By partnering with Purdue, through her subsidiary Rhodes, Purdue seeks to repair the damage, improve her image, she is still responsible for several deaths a day. Tetra would be a good solution because we know that cannabis can never cause death even if it is abused. A Purdue / Tetra partnership would make society look good for sure, not all companies want to be viewed negatively.
They also do not want to lose money because if PPP001 ever replaces opioids, many companies will be losing revenue, which is why the alternative for Purdue is Tetra.
Purdue, through its subsidiary Rhodes, has partnered with Tetra Bio-Pharma for PPP 002/003/004. The press release does not indicate PPP001. But could Purdue keep it for itself? If everything works well for Tetra and its PPP001 and we have a real association with Purdue, we will have there, a major breakthrough in the United States, then around the world.
I may dream, but this vision that I have, seems really plausible.
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